Wednesday, January 22, 2020

2019, Cont'd

From July to December of last year I continued making monthly minis with Wendy, The Constant Quilter, participated in a Stringalong with Lori at Humble Quilts, finished Eagle Medallion and was inspired by an 1875 quilt to make my own version.

 
 12. I discovered this mola in my grandkids' toy box at the cabin and turned it into July's little quilt. It's definitely a Mystery Mola and hand-quilted.


13. The eagle panel was a gift from Rachel and the churn dash blocks were from Barb V's 2017 block swap. Thank you all!  

 

14. A Moda Bread & Butter charm pack from Rachel 😊 was turned into two little quilts for August. This one stretched my imagination when I added pine trees to the blue line which represented the Adirondack Park.
 

15. The second little quilt made from the same charm pack. 
 

16.  I made Selvage Strings as part of Lori's Humble Quilts stringalong. And with a little help from my friends--Rachel, Wendy, and Janet O.--I had enough selvage strips and sashing fabric to make it happen. 


17. September mini was the result of leftover hsts while working on #19. 


 18. I was inspired to make October's little quilt when I saw Gay's Sentimental Stitches Cheddarback quilt block pattern and combined it with a favorite antique quilt in the book Calico and Chintz. I added the hst border. 
 

19. Cross Variation was inspired by an 1875 vintage quilt. I switched out the original dark sashing with a white/brown polka dot fabric.


20. More hsts, selvage strips, and alphabet fabric all came together for November's Little Quilt.


21. Finishing out the year with another monthly mini :)

Thanks for following along on my 2019 journey! 




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Copyright 2020, Barbara Schaffer


 

10 comments:

  1. It is so much fun to see them all in one post! Now you have a house full of fabulous quilts!

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  2. So many beautiful projects! Your mini quilt gallery grows, and I can't wait to see your additions this year!

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  3. Your quilts are beautiful Barbara !
    What a wonderful quilter you are..... thank you for sharing these pictures !

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  4. I find all of your quilts inspirational, from the colors, patterns, to the fabulous fabrics you use. Can't wait for this year!

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  5. Your work is always beautiful, Barbara! Each project is something I would have been proud to have made. I always look forward to what you have to share, and it was fun looking back on it, too. :)

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  6. Amazing how many quilts you made last year~ wow
    It was wonderful see them all together here like a private quilt show!

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  7. What fun revisiting all your last year's quilts! I love them all ~

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  8. Love this post and your beautiful quilts. It's impossible to pick a favorite but I do love how you added the trees to #14 - and how you quilted that one.

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  9. So many amazing quilts! I love each one!!

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